No serious injuries were reported after a car was driven through the wall of a Tim Hortons in Saskatoon on Thursday afternoon.
Saskatoon police were called to a collision between a vehicle and the west side of a building in the 3100-block of Clarence Avenue South just after 2 p.m.
Around 20 customers and employees were inside the restaurant at the time.
Police said their initial investigation indicated a 62-year-old woman driving the car may have accidentally accelerated instead of applying the brake.
No one appeared to be seriously hurt. They were assessed at the scene by Medavie Health Services West paramedics.
Around 24 hours prior, the Saskatoon Fire Department was called to a Dodge Journey that struck a parked Jeep Grand Cherokee and subsequently collided with the garage door of a house on Junor Avenue.
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